Suresh Ramasubramanian ops.lists at
Wed Feb 19 03:10:39 UTC 2014

DKIM serves to authenticate the source of the message. So this is a stock
tip spam sent through an email service provider called icontact, and the
dkim signature declares that.  Just that and nothing more.

Says nothing at all about the email's reputation - whether it is spam or


On Tuesday, February 18, 2014, Randy Bush <randy at> wrote:

> in the last 3-4 days, a *massive* amount of spam is making it past
> spamassassin to my users and to me.  see appended for example.  not
> all has dkim.
> clue?


--srs (iPad)

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